Browsing by Author "Smith, Kelly"

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  • How volunteering reduced the impact of the Rena oil spill: Community responses to an environmental disaster

    Hamerton, Heather; Sargisson, Rebecca J.; Smith, Kelly; Hunt, Sonya (International Sociological Association, 2015)
    Following the Rena oil spill off the Bay of Plenty coast in New Zealand and subsequent volunteer clean-up programme, we interviewed 39 volunteers and 9 people involved in the volunteer organisation. We aimed to learn about ...
  • An Incident Control Centre in action: Response to the Rena oil spill in New Zealand

    Hunt, Sonya; Smith, Kelly; Hamerton, Heather; Sargisson, Rebecca J. (Wiley, 2014)
    Following the Rena grounding and oil spill in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, an Incident Command Centre was established which, among other tasks, coordinated a volunteer clean-up effort. We interviewed volunteers and ...
  • Local volunteers respond to the Rena oil spill in Maketū, New Zealand

    Smith, Kelly; Hamerton, H; Hunt, Sonya; Sargisson, Rebecca J. (Routledge, 2016)
    Following the MV Rena grounding and oil spill in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand in October 2011, the Māori community of Maketū were quick to respond to the arrival of oil on their beaches. They asserted their rangatiratanga ...
  • Methanotrophic populations in estuarine sediment from Newport Bay, California

    McDonald, Ian R.; Smith, Kelly; Lidstrom, Mary E. (Elsevier, 2006)
    Methanotrophic populations have been studied in Newport Bay estuary, Southern California. Environmental clone banks were generated for 16S rRNA genes specific to methanotrophs and for a diagnostic functional gene, pmoA, ...
  • Transition to professional social work practice: The first three years

    Hunt, Sonya; Tregurtha, Melanie; Kuruvila, Albert; Lowe, Simon; Smith, Kelly (Australian and New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research, 2017)
    This article presents the findings of a longitudinal research project that followed the employ-ment outcomes of one cohort of Bachelor of Social Work graduates for three years. Prior to graduation, students receive ...